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Even after using R for many years we still learn new techniques and better ways of approaching old problems. As well as practical advice for writing functions, this chapter also gives you some suggestions for how to style your code. When should you write a function? You should consider writing a function whenever you’ve copied and pasted a block of code more than twice (i.e. you now have three copies of the same code). Advanced R Programming. The R Inferno. Ramarro R for Developers. Thesis: practical tools for exploring data and models. Practical tools for exploring data and models This thesis describes three families of tools for exploring data and models.
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